Willcox Wall Vandalized

 
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trend on line Queen Anne’s historic Wilcox Wall was vandalized with obnoxious graffiti on Saturday night (Nov 13). Location: stairway at 8th Ave W and W. Lee.

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The Garfield Exchange: Landmark Sold

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perche la gente non fa trading From 1883 and Seattle’s first telephones until the 1950s every phone call whether local, national or international began with talking to an operator and asking for a connection. In those days, every phone line was hard-wired to an exchange building where young women facing a long board connected incoming and outgoing phone calls manually.

PT&T switchboard 1902 (WSHS)
PT&T switchboard, 1902 (WSHS)

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